The interior of small houses abroad

Vintage interior of a private small house

Pots with spreading plants are excellentfit into the interior of this small private house If you walk up the steps and look inside this house, it instantly enchants you with its frayed chic and bright colors. But a pile of wooden boxes in front of the door immediately sets the desired tone. Liberties in design here begin literally from the very threshold! The Grand Trunk Revival is a small house project located near Quebec, in the residential area of ​​Point St. Charles. The married couple of designers, Marc Fekete and Vivien de Laura, restored the apartment after the demolition, making it a working studio and a real island of comfort. A bare brick wall sets the tone for this experiment house, which came straight from 1880. The main goal of the owners was to create an environmentally friendly housing from scrap materials. I must say, it turned out that they are brilliant! All materials remaining after the demolition were used to create exclusive furniture - cabinets and tables. The ancient tablets and chests found in the process of cleaning served as an additional source of inspiration and decorated the walls of the dwelling. The house has a spacious kitchen, upholstered on the sides with old boards and fragments of tablets. Graphite walls provide space forcreativity and sometimes serve as pointers. Everything here breathes with magnificence: a kitchen wall with a chalk board and a sliding door leading to the bathroom, a staircase to the second floor of a bright lemon-yellow color, huge carpets, shelves with paintings and plates ... Black relief floor echoes the yellow walls and light staircase. Lamps in neat lampshades are suspended on wooden rails on the ceiling. The living room is visually divided into two halves. Light occupy luxurious carpet and black sofa. Both homeowners graduated from a university in California and received a degree in architecture. Armed with inexhaustible creativity, they decided to breathe a completely new meaning into the phrase “revive the old days” and presented us with their offspring - The Grand Trunk Revival! The back wall of the bedroom is decorated with old signs. Fretwork, iron-clad bathtub and shelves with flowers add luxury to the bathroom. Old portraits and black and white photographs remind us of the past of this house. The windows of the building shine hospitably in the evenings.

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